100 Bullets Vol. 3: Hang Up On The Hang Low Paperback – 24 Jun 2005
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Amazing artwork and over-the-top stories revenge never looked so sweet. -- Transworld Stance
Like the best crime fiction, 100 Bullets is immediate, cinematic and cut to the bone. -- Tripwire On the Shelf, March /April 2002 --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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BRIAN AZZARELLO is a relative newcomer to the comics scene, but his work on 100 Bullets and Jonny Double has catapulated him to the forefront of the ranks of contemporary comics writers. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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azzarello has created some truly terrific characters. anyone who appreciates hard-boiled fiction (chandler, ellroy, leonard, HK action films) will instantly love Loop and his dad, and crazy man Lono. and Graves is cooler than Bond! all in all, risso's art really makes this an excellent read. and some killer covers as well! personally, i collect it on a monthly basis (its 30 days of twitching, waiting, biting my nails), but if u want instant gratification, than just buy the trade paperbacks and immerse urself in the 100 bullets universe, complete with tough,beautiful girls and mono-sylabic hard men.
and just wait till u meet the counterfifth detective (issues 30+). can u say "marlowe"?
The narrative is superb, the characters are diverse and well realised, the dialogue is spot on and the ending is definitely eyebrow raising. Agent Graves just gets more complex by the issue.
The true star here is the colourist, Patricia Mulvihill. From the very first page the colours look richer and snappier. Not necessarily what you would think appropriate for a noir thriller but expertly done. The lighting effects, the shadows, the colour casts, the whole nine yards is jaw-dropping. This is some of the best I have ever seen. Although digital it has such an organic and tangible feel that you think it is real.
It is a wonderful work on every level that will be almost impossible to top. Double Thumbs Up!